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, but a lot of gun control measures to support them in california, ronald reagan supported the gun control measure because the black panthers were run around with guns and state legislature in sacramento. >> guest: they pass a law that made it hard or impossible to do that and the rating period on the time he needed to reapply for a handgun and actually being able to buy at and people said well, that will certainly stop the black panthers that doesn't apply just to the black panthers. it applies to everybody. will eventually you get a backlash, and there was the social and political backlash to a lot of the things that happened and i think gun-control was one of them. >> host: but the act dealt mainly with a list of prohibitive purchases. so, it wasn't saying if you are if felon or habitual drug user or dishonorably discharged or mentally dangerous the use different terminology but they went through a list of about eight or nine sections of people that shouldn't be able to buy guns. >> guest: but at that time it was -- it took a long time to do those checks and eventually the was replaced
with a lot of gun control measures, you support them in california. ronald reagan supported a gun-control measure because panthers are running around with guns in the state legislature sacramento. that's a lot that made it impossible to do that and imposed a waiting period on the time you needed between applying for a hand guns and actually being able to buy it. people say that lott will certainly stop the black panthers, but that law doesn't apply just to black panthers. eventually they backlash. well you know the social and political backlash to a lot of the things that happened and i think gun control is one of them. >> host: the 68 act dealt mainly with prohibited purchasers. so it was insane if you are a felon or habitual drug user or dishonorably discharged, mentally dangerous, they use different terminology, but went through a list of eight or nine sections of people that shouldn't be a debate guns. >> guest: but at the time it took a long time to do those checks and eventually that was replaced with a system we have now, which is fully automated and the fbi runs to check s
them in california, ronald reagan supported a gun control measure because black panthers ran around with guns in the state legislature in sacramento. >> host: openly carrying the guns and in the pictures and everything. >> guest: passed a law making it harder, almost impossible to do that, imposing a waiting period between applying for a handgun and actually being able to buy it, and people say, oh, well that law will certainly stop the black panthers, but that law doesn't apply to just black panthers, but everybody. eventually, you get a black lash, and, well, you know, there's a social and political backlash in general to a lot of the things that happen, and i think gun control is one of them. >> host: the 68 act, i mean, that dealt mainly with the list of prohibitive purchasers; right? it was not saying that if you're a felon or habitual drag -- drug user or honorably discharged, dangerous, different terminology, but a list of eight or nine sections of people who should not be able to buy guns. >> guest: right, but at the time it was -- it took a long time to do those checks, and
measures, you support them in california, ronald reagan supported a gun control measure, and because black panthers were running around with guns in the state legislator in sacramento. >> host: carrying guns. >> guest: exactly. the law made it impossible to do that and imposed a waiting period on the time you needed between applying for a handgun and actually being able to buy it. and people say, oh, well, that law will certainly stop the black panthers. but that law doesn't apply just to black panthers. eventually you get a backlash, and there was a social and political backlash in general to a lot of the things that happened in the '60s, and i think gun control was one of them. so, -- >> host: the '68 act dealt with the list of prohibited purchasers. so it wasn't saying if you're a felon or habitual drug user, dishohn -- dishorn blue discharged, mentally ding you eight or nine sections of people that shouldn't be able to buy guns. >> guest: but at the time it was -- took a long time do those checks and right now the system we have now is fullly automated one by the fbi. >> host: the way
machine that got truman re-elected in 1940, and ed pauley. ed pauley was a california oil millionaire who said, i went into politics and realized it was cheaper to reflect new congress than buy the old one. he later gets indicted for a good reason. >> his name is on the pavilion in ucla. >> right. the -- so they decided they're going to try to surround roosevelt with all people who are hostile to wallace to convince him he can't get re-elected if wallace was on the ticket. wallace had enemies in 1941 when henry luce made the speech that the 20th center is going to be the united states century and the united states is going to dominate the world economically and politically, and wallace responsibled to that and made a famous speech that the 20th 20th century should not be the american century. it should be the century of the common man. we need a worldwide revolution in the tradition of the french. he calls for ending colonialism, ending cartels, spreading the fruits of science and technology around the world. and he had enemies. his enemies were the southern segregationist because he was
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the luggage is beautiful. >>guest: this is your red darling. >>caller: ng to palm springs california so i looking forward to going to hawaii with my brother in february. i will get a lot of use out of it. my old luggage was in the basement and it got wet and i needed to get rid of it. i have been looking and i turned on the tv and there it was. >>guest: it was guided. you do not even know until get this home how much you are getting. how much you can put itin it. you saw the commuter garment bag the roll-up beauty case is in here. let me find the red one. >>host: you will be traveling in style ester. >>guest: you can even put your jewelry in this. >>caller: i am so excited. >>guest: by the way 10 years warranty. 6 c13 and, earned the good housekeeping seal. i want to show you because it looks so rich, one finger.my gosh, beautiful. not here to touch and feel it we are trying to get you to know how glamorous yet lightweight endurable at the same time. >>caller: can i see the inside of one? >>guest: let me open the brown. you really did just to an end and said i had to have i
california today. it's the founding father of the republican party. it's only the second presidential election. sue ward is the dominant figure in the republican party. it sort of his he is more significant than any two other figures in the party combined. chase, another alternative is perhaps the man chiefly responsible for the republican party in ohio and much of the midwest and also a big state. and still perhaps americas one of the most famous apt slavery advocate. famous as a radical ab list in nist. he was perceived to be that way because of a series of features he had given. lincoln on the other hand because he didn't have a national record could convincingly portray himself as the least radical the least antislavery republican. who is up for the race. so they go in and sue ward doesn't just have the advantage of being the dominant republican and being the governor and senator from new york. he also have -- weed is the name. fan fastic name. it's like tom wolf. perfectly portrays hawaii, you know, nature. he's the fine -- mid 19th merge has to offer he has essentially financial
machine that got true many elected in 1940 and ended pauli was a california millionaire that said i went into politics and realized it was cheap to elect a new congress than to buy at the old way and he is going to get indicted for treason. >> so, they decide they're going to try to resolve delete user count him to convince him that he can't get free elective wallace is on the tickets. we are not denying that. in 1941 when henry made his famous speech saying the 20th century is to be the american sentry and the united states is and to dominate the world economically and politically and militarily and culturally. he responded to that as vice president and me the speech. they had the people's revolution in the tradition of the french, the american, the latin american and russian revolution he called for ending colonialism and imperialism and the economic exploitation spreading the fruit of science and technology are not of the world and the southern segregationist was the leading spokesperson, the antifeminist because he was the leader in the human rights of the party and the entire imperi
california, good afternoon. >> good afternoon. it's a pleasure to be able to see and hear her. i've enjoyed her entire body of work but especially this seminal research that she has done on this fabulous figure in our lives. i think she has pretty much answered my question which was going to be how was she able to interview and get access to the people surrounding the queen and get all of her questions answered and i just want to thank you so much for filling in the background on this wonderful figure ms. smith. >> thank you. what was most fun was when the range of people i was able to talk to and again the help of ducking him palace was very valuable because i would get in touch with some of her close friends who were naturally a little nervous about possibly speaking and they would call the palace and the palace would say, we are helping her. use your own judgment and decide what you're comfortable with. so i got to talk to people who really knew her well and relatives send dog trainers and people who ran her estates and the manager, her horse trainers. it was crown jewelers, politicians
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